These little boxes are works of art.
The cypress box pincushion is embroidered in a traditional cloisonné pattern with gold thread. It comes with three wood parquet-headed pins.
This masu, or wooden box, is created with delicate craftsmanship. It is made from fragrant Japanese cypress using dovetail joinery to securely hold the shape of the box.
The skills of a craftsman have produced a beautiful and functional masu that is the same as sake cups. The fabric on the pincushion embroidered with gold thread in a cloisonné pattern.
Japanese masu, wooden measuring boxes, have a 1,300-year history. This skill and culture has been handed down by Ohashi Ryoki in Ogaki, Gifu prefecture.
Made in Japan